News

Jazzoo short films at Berlinale
January 23, 2017
Our short  Jazzoo-films produced by Alphaville is competing at the Berlin Film Festival, Berlineale in February. Fingers crossed!
New Album "Oddjob Plays Weather Report"
November 25, 2016
The album Oddjob Plays Weather Report will be digitally released worldwide on Nov 25th and will also be released in a limited edition 10" vinyl (500pcs) in partnership with Headspin Recordings.
Folk wins Swedish Grammis
February 24, 2016
Oddjobs recent album Folk won a Swedish Grammis for Best Jazz Album 2015.
New album "Folk"
October 27, 2015
Our new album "Folk" is released  worldwide Oct 30th on the Swedish label Caprice.
In the studio!
December 9, 2014
We are in the studio at the moment, recording our next studio album.

Albums

Plays Weather Report

Cosmos Music Group 2016

Plays Weather Report

Oddjob pays homage to one of their household gods, the legendary jazz fusion band Weather Report. Release Nov 25th 2016,

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Folk

Caprice 2015

Folk

Oddjob explores the archives at the Centre for Swedish Folk Music and Jazz Research and records seven compositions inspired by the old recordings of herding calls. Release Oct 30th 2015.

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Live in Bremen

Headspin Recordings 2014

Live in Bremen

New double album with Oddjob live in Bremen 2008 and 2010. Scandinavian release April 2014.

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Jazzoo

Headspin Recordings 2013

Jazzoo

A Swedish Grammy-awarded album with jazzmusic for children. Also included is an exclusive book by the great illustrator Ben Javens. Release in Scandinavia Oct 28th.

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Clint

ACT 2010

Clint

Oddjob plays the music of the films of great actor, director and composer Clint Eastwood. Release Feb 26th 2010.

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Sumo

ACT 2008

Sumo

On Oddjobs album Sumo, ACT debut, they take the next logical step onto the international stage. On that account the five have expanded their sound-search – Rare-Groove and Psychedelic fans will get their money’s worth.

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Luma

Amigo 2006

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Koyo

Amigo 2004

Koyo

Koyo opens with a metronome groove, featuring speaker-shaking bass, wurlitzer splashes and unison trumpet/sax lines over a slapping, loose-jointed percussion, on “Their Song”... very modern-sounding, reminscent of the Marcus Miller/Miles Davis collaborations Tutu and Amandla.

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Oddjob

Amigo 2002

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